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    When building these tests, is there a way to also...

    When building these tests, is there a way to also build and affect the C runtime library. While I can appreciate that many of these tests have "hard stuff" in their code, the performance of an app is...
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    Nvidia's TwinView was probably the first stable...

    Nvidia's TwinView was probably the first stable and consistent multiscreen setup that I could use, however, the it seems that the open-source world has caught up and in some cases leap-frogged...
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    I'm looking forward to testing a with REAL...

    I'm looking forward to testing a with REAL support for Linux. I've played other games on Linux using the various "emulators" (for exapmle WoW in Wine) but desparately want a game that runs natively....
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    I would like a key too.

    I would like a key too.
  5. Michael, Are you able to confirm some of the...

    Michael,

    Are you able to confirm some of the bugs/behaviors reported on this list with ATI/AMD? I am just curious if they are working on addressing for the next release?

    Some of the examples...
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    Another interesting set of tests would be to test...

    Another interesting set of tests would be to test the virtualization subsystems in the kernel to see how they have improved over time. Examples would be to create a VM and run it on various kernels...
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    I agree, although it's promising that the...

    I agree, although it's promising that the benchmarks don't show a standard incline that would imply kernel-bloat, they also don't stress the kernel's scheduler and IO subsystem.

    I am also curious...
  8. I've been having some mixed success with the...

    I've been having some mixed success with the driver. It's been awhile since I ran XGL, but I am fairly certain that XGL was faster and smoother than the AIGLX implementation on this driver. I have...
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    Theoretically there would be a perfect driver...

    Theoretically there would be a perfect driver hidden among the infinitely bad ones. Okay, actually there would be infinitely many perfect drivers, but we would never be able to find them because...
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    The good news is that if you have an infinite...

    The good news is that if you have an infinite number of monkeys, they will produce the driver instantaneously. Unfortunately ATI only has a few monkeys and is going for the latter of the truths.
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